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Leadership & Goal Setting - 2016

Personal Leadership Series, Module #1 Supervisory Development Program
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Marvin Schober

on 3 May 2016

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Transcript of Leadership & Goal Setting - 2016

Daily Planning
First 15 minutes do today’s planning
or
Last 15 minutes of the day, plan tomorrow’s day
Quiet
Review goals/objectives

Make a daily “To Do” list
Time Waster Solutions
Leader vs Manager
Simple Language
Active Listening
Supportive Communication Climate
Brain Storm
What do you need to do outside of this class?
Interruptions
Goal Setting Activity
Please rewrite the following sentences to be better goals...

I will get more organized in my work.

I will improve communication with my staff.

Supervisors should account for materials and costs.

Performance levels will improve in all groups
through delegation.


Planning Tools
Time Log
Time Log – photocopy & complete
Workspace Makeover
Tips
Prioritizing Systems
Prioritizing Activity
Go back to the Brain Storm exercise and try out the 3 prioritizing systems.

Which system do you like best?
Planning Activity
Thank you!!!
No Clear Goals
Procrastination
Meetings
Ineffective
Delegation
Paperwork
Setting Priorities Activity
See page 17
Write your A1 Priority
Next Action Step...
ABC Valuing System
A = Vital
B = Important
C = Could be done
Time Trap System
Level of Importance

Level of Urgency
Four Box Matrix System
Urgency / Importance
Wall/Desk Calendar
Paper-based Planners
Personal Information Manager/P.C. software
Daily Action List
Master List
Tickler File
Time Log Analysis (optional)
Supervisory Development Program
Personal Leadership Series:
"Leadership & Goal Setting"

Personal Leadership
THE BIG PICTURE
Goal Setting & Prioritizng
INFLUENCE PROCESS
SYSTEM of relationships
MOTIVATE others
Competent COMMUNICATION
Leadership Basics
Leadership Styles
5 Leadership Levels
Positional Level
Relational Level
Production Level
People Development Level
Pinnacle Level
The Coach
The Director
The Developer
The Delegator
Video Analysis
What leadership style?
Characteristics?
Strengths?
Weaknesses?
Gratitude
Gratitude & Well Being
Physically Healthier
Socially Positive
Mentally Optimistic
Goal Achievement Higher
1 - Say "Thank You"
2 - Pep Talk before job
3 - 50% Productivity
Recognition Programs
=
Stronger Business Results
Relationship Growth
Social Integration
Teamwork
Marvin Schober
Leadership
Goal Setting
Leadership & Goal Setting Objective
To leave a positive impact
when you lead
Leadership Survey
Group 1

What is the most Important Quality of a leader?
Group 2
What is your biggest complaint about leaders (professional, personal, political)?

Communication Strategies
for Becoming a
Better Leader
Manager vs. Leader
Managers
= Stability & Structure
Leaders
= Innovation & Change
Oversee/ Preserve the Process
Members Engage in to
Accomplish Org Goals
Direct Course Org
will take
AUTHENTICITY
- Identify your talents
- Be self-aware
- Lead by example
- Commit to leadership
- Live up to your word
- Explain AND apologize when you cannot
- Know what you want/ Identify your goals
- Make a plan to achieve your goals
- Work towards achieving your goals!
LEADING SELF
Competencies
Establishing credibility
Leading with purpose
Delivering Results
Interpersonal savvy
Embracing flexibility
Tolerating ambiguity
Understanding one's own values & culture
LEADING OTHERS
Competencies
- Coaching & developing others
- Leading team achievement
- Building & maintaining relationships
- Resolving conflict
- Learning to delegate
- Innovative problem solving
- Adapting to cultural differences
LEADING OTHERS - PRACTICAL ACTIONS:
- Increase commitment & engagement of team
- Build sustainable relationships
- Leverage the power of conflict
- Influence by connecting THEIR motivations/
needs to the needs of work
- Understand others perspectives
- Provide constructive feedback
CERTAIN INNATE SKILLS
Resourcefulness
Decisiveness
Determination
=
More adept to change
Respond & take action
Learn from experiences
ABILITY TO LEAD OTHERS
Delegate effectively
Establish developmental/ learning climates
Deal w/ difficult staff fairly
Foster team-based orientation
Hiring talent
=
Balances sources of creativity & org constraints

GOOD COMMUNICATION SKILLS
Straightforward & flexible
Build/mend relationships
Balance in work/ home
Possess self-awareness
Express compassion/ sensitivity
=
Others feel comfortable
relating to you
Leaders Set Goals
...so that there is no question about what you mean
SPECIFIC
MEASURABLE
... by counting or checking that it was accomplished.
ATTAINABLE
... somewhere between a stretch and not too easy.
RELEVANT
...to you (or your organization's mission) and to the desired change.
TIME - BOUND
... identifying when the individual is expected to achieve the objective.
Gratitude &
Creating a Support Network
Write down at least:
3 Partners

3 Lifelines
Video Analysis Jar of Life
Video Analysis:
The 80-20 Rule
INTEGRITY
VISION / PURPOSE
LEADERSHIP ROADMAP
Commitment to Goal Setting
Consequences

Rewards:
- Creative Power
- Magnetic Power
- Emotional Power
Effective Leader = Effective Organization
Formula for Success
Vision
Plan
Action
Qualities of Personal Leadership
Authenticity
Integrity
Vision
Use your
SWOT
analysis as part of your
plan
on how to achieve your
vision
!
Manager
Has
Positional Influence

and concerned with:
Leader
Vision
Integrity
Values
State of Mind
"Giving"
People's Energy & Heart
Organization Culture /Sense of Community
Acknowledgment
Presence
Personality
Has
Interpersonal influence
and concerned with:
Goals/ Objectives
Honesty
Priorities
Plans/ Strategies
"Getting"
Management of People
Organization Structure / Sense of Team
Error Correction
Problem Solving/ Decision Making
Visionary
Instinctively Interpret Environment
Chart Creative Course
Interested in Direction & Innovation
Rationally assess org tasks
Develop Strategies for tasks
Interest in Order & Efficiency
Managers' Personality:
Leaders' Personality:
What is
YOUR
definition of Leadership?
Top 10 Differences Between Managers & Leaders
Scott Williams
GALLUP
Leadership
Self-Assessment

15 Minutes
10 LEADERSHIP
COMPETENCIES
5 GREAT MANAGERS TRAITS:
1 - MOTIVATE staff into
action
2 - ASSERTIVENESS to drive action & overcome adversity
3 - DECISIONS based on
productivity not
politics
4 - Create ACCOUNTABILITY culture
5 - RELATIONSHIPS based on
trust,
dialogue & transparency
Leadership Simulation
Video Analysis
My Best Leader
Role Model
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